Welcome to the Calm Spot
If you’ve found your way to The Calm Spot it might be out of simple curiosity, or it might be because you’re feeling a little stressed, and the title appealed to you. It doesn’t matter what the reason, here you’ll find a private little oasis where you can relax, refresh and calm yourself.
What is the calm spot?
The calm spot is a 7 minute 30 second audio where I use the power of words to calm and relax. Specifically, I use Ericksonian language to give you a relaxing respite from your day-to-day routine. There’s no music, just the sound of my voice. I’ll be guiding your mind and body into a relaxed state and then bringing your mind back to alertness at the end of it. Your body can remain calm and relaxed as you reap the benefits and continue with your day.
It’s important to take mini breaks when you’re working. If you find yourself struggling to focus, getting distracted by emails, social media or just avoiding what you need to do, those might be signs that you’re getting tired. So this is my way of helping you be more productive — and to stay well.
How does the calm spot work?
It’s very simple. Just turn off your phones, and remove any other possible distractions. Get comfortable in your chair. If you’re in a busy environment, maybe connect some earphones to your computer or device. Then click the play button.
You might want to bookmark this page so you can easily find your way back here whenever you need revitalising. Maybe you could get a couple of colleagues to sit with you while you listen together. Imagine how much more productive your team will be for the rest of the day. You can also establish an anchor for calm. Learn the steps to create an anchor first. Relax, it’s easy and painless!
Enjoy the calm spot and feel free to give me feedback on how well it works for you.
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